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BVKNINfl ntlt.l.nTIN. HONOLULU, T
t., MONUAY, MAtton fl, inns.
IS0HI6 TllPLI gra3M,!Mra
WEEKLY CALENDAR I
. j "V 9
Oceanic Second Decree.
Honolulu Commanriery Orde
of the Temple.
Aloha Chapter, No. 3.
All visiting members ot the
order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of. local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Hi. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
;:3u in I. 0. O. V. Hall, Fort Bticet
12. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
11I2N. V. VlCK.fc.KS, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meoti every Tuesday evening nt
i:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor.
Fort mid llcrotanls. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. LYLK, CO.,
l WALDUON, K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. ot V. Hall, corner Tort
and Ucrctanla. Visiting brothois
cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DKEMNG, C.C..
JA3. W. WHITE, K.II.S.
QONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01C. U. P. O
., will meet In their hall on King
ear Kort street every Fildny even
ing. Fly order or the E It.
HAKItY A. WILDER.
F. E. RICHAKUSOX, 2. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.S, K.of P.
Moot vrr RfiturdflT v.slnc at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. H1L cor
Fort and Beretanla. Vltltlsg brclb-j
trs cordially Invited to attend. 1
W. L. FRAZEE. CC. i
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.5. .
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each contra it
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanla and Fort streets. "
Visiting Eaglci are Invited to at
'end. W. L. FRAZEC. W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
..HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. K
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights 'it
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. Ml'RPHY, C. of R.
Send in yonr orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakca and Smith.
Still in the Market
for all you have to offer, in the way
of old Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Watch
es, Jewelry, and articles of virtu.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
. wu.sAuaifa.TXJixxtitir.axjJijp 'r.mor
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
t Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, rajemas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL" STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin glvesr a complnto summary ii
the new? of tho day.
King and Bethel Sts.
Don't Throw Away
That Old Hat
There is lots of good wear
in it, and you can put it in
shape for a ,
Get a package of Benson's
Straw Hat Cleaner.
Benson, Smith &
?0ET AND HOTEL STEEETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Ferrard Renaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
KingJSt. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We have the machinery
and the workmen to do the
very best repairing of all
kinds on ladies' and gentle
men's shoes. Just give us
n try and be convinced.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS. . . .$1.50
iiAJJiiib' SOLES and HEELS. .$1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION .ST. P. 0. BOX 667.
gey DULLETIN ADS. PAY -BQ
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't lit down nnd lament over it:
let a ceiit-a-word Bulletin Want Ad.
get it for you.
l'iiiinmn hats cleaned at tho Globe.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
C A llrtmii returned yesterday im
the Hall from Knital
Kind up Scolty'M when Jim want n
Rood nuln ride. Phone 107.
rntnam Health I'lIU innlto rich
blood; HOc. n package. Try them.
11. W. M Mlit was n passenger fuun
Knual, arriving on tho steamer Halt.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
.1. K. Farley arrived from Kauai
K'slorday on the steamer W. 0. Hall.
Harmony l.ndgo No .1, 1. Q. O. 1'.,
will meet In Odd Fellows' llnll ul 7:30
1'iiclno-I.odgo No. 822. A F nnd A
M., will moot In Maronle Tcmplo nt
7.30 tills evening,
Tnka jour carrlago or nutomobllo
to Hawatlnu Carriage Manfy. Co. for
.Mrs. C. M. Campbell nnd Sarah
Smith wcro Incoming passengers on
tho Iwnlanl yesterday.
Among the Iwnlanl passengers from
Moloknl who arrived yesterday wore
Mrs. Ilucliannn nnd child.
"Drink nnd the world drinks with
ou." The Honolulu world Is drink
ing at the Fashion salloon.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. hone 143.
a i'. KiiuiMen arrived in u.o w. u
llnll early jesterd.iy from Kami, nc-
cnmpnnlcd by Miss Kmiilscn mil
T. J. King, who has been unite sci-
lously ill nl his I'llkol street resi
dence, during tho past week. In now
Tho Marino Engineers' Roiieflchl
Association will meet this evening nt
7:30 In K, of I'. Iinll, Turner IlcretaiiH
nvenuu nnd Fort street.
Scientist D. L. Van Dine nnd Pee
Expert U. F. Phillips returned yester
day in tho steamer V. 0. Hull from a
tour of the Island of Kaunl.
Mrs. Kato Hare, mother of l J.
Hnro ohJlils city, died In San Fran
cisco joViordny. Tho sad news was
conveyed to Mr. Hare by cable.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yo,t will bo surjiilbt'il nt Its cu-illns
and piescrvatlvn piopcrtlca. Callfornlu
Kceil Co., agonls.
(!. II. Illco, foragemastrr In the
Quartermaiter's Department, nno of
the passengers of the IraiiHporl Slier
in. ii. Is lu'bc stationed at Kort Illlcy,
Criminologist V. V. Sutton returned
from Knual In yesterday's W. (1. Hall.
He has been representing the Attor
ney General's Dep-irtment on tho Oar
A ncgni soldier hom-'wlint cueicoine
with the laud air and other thltigi, fell
ol the sidewalk on King street yester
i afternoon and had to bo taken to
ih? hospital for repairs.
The great Battleship Squadron un
der the command of Admiral Evans,
uses Tansan mineral water exclusive
ly. Why? Because Tansan is the
est mineral water on the market.
The Hnoulii mid IIoolu I.ahul So
ciety will hold their legulnr monthly
meeting on Wednesday morning, nt 10
o'clock nt the Kapliilanl Maternity
Home AH members aro renuostod to
The big tripod nt the Seubldc Is be
ing rigged up on tho reef to allow II,
K Uonlne to mount bis moving pic
ture niarhlno and nbulii r.omu close-
m-rnnd shots at sutf-rlders nnd surf-
.1. I. Madeira, ouco assistant undar
Poctmnstcr Oat, later Hllo postmaster
and now a postul Inspector, will be
through here In thu transport Thomas
en rmito to tho Philippines on special
duty. He has many fi loads to wel
come him here.
Frank Mills begs to acquaint his
patrons nnd friends that ho Is no
longer connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. I.cavo ordern for nnyono of
his tw-o machines with tho Territorial
Messenger Service, Phono 3G1, any
hour, day or night,
At tho regular meeting of Aloha
Tcmnlp. A. A. O, N. M. S.. held Sat
unlay night, J, 8. McCamllcss was
elected lepreseutatlvo to tho Imperial
Council, vlco M, Phillips, unahlu to
ittend. Tho Council will meot 111 St.
Paul, Minn., July H-17.
The, Now York dramatic papers say
that Will iAiwors, "Honolulu's own"
actor. Is n prominent member of tho
now Mnudo Adams Company In tho
successful play "Tho Jesters." The
plcco Is a romantic drama In verso
and wns written for Sarah Bernhardt
Professor Vladimir Svlatlowsky, of
the University of St. Petersburg, left
lor FIJI on the Aoruugl nfler spending
iic;irl a week In this city. Ho clnlms
tn huo mndo certain tho names of
tho artists who painted hoveral of tho
portraits which hang In tho Cnpllol
Tho Christian Kndeavor Society of
Cential Union church held tho first
bcrvlco nt Kort Shnfter yeatorduy
evening In tho administration build
ing. Tho servlco was led by tho Un
deavorers, nnd n good meeting wus
had. Thoro wore six of tho Bndeav
oiers prei.cut in addition to Dr. and
A ltnpld Transit car last evening
kilted u cow cm tho Knhaulkl hill, tho
motorman being unahlo .to stop tho
uir on account of tho steep grade, A
Japanese nppeared on tho scene nnd
becninn Involved In an argument with
somo Hawallans, during tho courso of
which ho pulled n revolver. Thu po
lice nro now looking for him.
Alllolanl Collego Is sending to Us
friends ii souvenir of tho Floral Pn
lado In tho shapu of n hand-painted
calendar. Tho calendar proper Is lit-
tached tn tho eldo of an ulua, ono ot
tho gayest of tho Hawaiian fishes, and
tho wholo Is as ornamental as It Is
useful. Tho palntlnB U understood to
be tho work of Mrs. h. O. niackman,
wire oi tho principal ot tho collego.
YOU OWE ME
n visit and you owe it to your eyes
You go to the dentist every six!
months to he sure that your teeth
arc all right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOUK EYES J Would
you rather lose a tooth, or nn eye?
A. N. SANFORD.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
vllh Ihelr new FRENCH dry cleanlna
58 DereUnla 8L Phone 1491.
RS. DUNN begs to an
nounce the arrival of
Easter Hats from New York
and Paris. These will be
on view March 5th, 6th
and 7th. They are genu
ine creations, representing
the finest thoughts of
modistes of international
fame, and reflect hat style
of the worlds centers.
Ladies of Honolulu are
cordially invited to inspect
Fort nnd llcietanla
Japan Is Stirring
. With Her Warships
TOKIO, Japan, March S. .lapa-i Is undoubtedly preparing for wnr.
Her warship.) aro being coaled and (uormoiis supplies aro being rushe
aboard them. It is believed piobable that tho warships will ho sent to
CHINA DEMANDS FLEDGE OF TOKIO
PKKIN, China, March S. No understanding hns ns yet been arrived
nt between tho Chinese and Japanese Governments over the selzuro of
tho Tntsu Mnru nnd tho Japanese demands for her surrender.
China In turn hns demanded nl Japan a plcdgo that tho Japanese.
Government will suppress tho truflli in nrms between Japanese mer
chants' nnd tho Chinese 1 evolutionary lenders.
LONDON HAS PEACEFUL DISPATCH
LONDON, Knglnnd, March S. -A special dispatch received hero to
day says thAt tho Chinese Government has sent tho apology demanded
WAR REMOTELY PROBABLE
LONDON, England, March 7. It Is believed hero In official circles
that 1111 open diplomatic rupture between Japan nnd China over tho
Fclzuro of Hie Tntsu Main Is a rcmolit probability. This belief is based
on tho knowlcdgo that China la unable In lcslst tho demands that aro
11. ado upon her.
1 1 m
PRISONERS IN REVOLT.
DEER LODGE, Minn., March S. An attempted nilbroak was made
in the penitentiary here today, the convicts making concerted attacks
upon the guards. Wnrden Conlcy was dangerously stabbed In tho fight
ing nnd Assistant Wnrden Robinson hud his throat cut and la dead. The
guards beat back the prisoners, however, and put down tho revolt with
out permitting one escape,
LONG WIRELESS DISPATCH
VALLE.IO, Cal March S. Wireless communication was opened up
today botwecn tho station hero and tho battleship fleet HGOO miles away.
Tho messages rccolved state that the
will nrrlvo at Magdalonu Hay by tip
ARREST FOR TONG MURDERS
IIOSTON, Mass., March 7. Nino oftho Chinese arrested hero for
murder In connection with tho long war of last August havo been con
victed. During the trouble four prominent tongsmon wero killed by tho
JAPANESE IMMIGRATION CEASES
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 7 According tn'tlio official statistics
of tho Immigration Department only soven Jnpaneso havo entered tho
country through mainland ports slnco tho beginning ot tho year.
SURVIVORS OF SCHOONER MILLER
SEATTLE, Wash., March 8. 1 wentythrce survivors of tho wreck
ed crew of the schooner J V. Miller nro reported to havo been found
In Alaska, whero thoy landed from their vessel.
MEXICO TO RESTRICT JAPANESE
CITY OP MEXICO, Mox., March 7. Tho Moxlcan Government hns
begun negotiations with Jupan for tho restriction of tho emigration of
laborers for Mexican ports.
EMMA GOLDM AN STOPPED
- CHICAGO, 111., March 8. Emma Ooldmnn, the anarchist agitator,
who was to have addressed a meet tng hero today, was prevented from
cpcaklng by tho police.
CLAUEHCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAGOON BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND '
licet Is making good progress nnd
lfith of tho mouth.
TABLE REPORT .OF SAN
Monday, March 9.
"II HAHIIOIl- Sailed March S:
Hi 'i, Andy Mnlionty, lor Honolulu.
I PN I'ltANCISCO-Sailed .March 7:
A. II. S. S. Columbian, fur Seattle.
'a WATERFRONT NOTES
t i-l M ft X. it IS K ii X X K M X DC V
THU TRANSPORT SIIHIMAN
which m lived hero Saturday evening.
Is still In port but sho will lu.no fo.
tho Coast nt S o'clock this evening
Sho was delayed In her viyago from
the Orient by rough sens and head
winds, nnd consequently was liclo
back several days. Tho wireless op
orator wns not able tn get In cotinoc
Hon with tho Honolulu wireless sta
tlon until tho vcst-ol wns within 15r
miles of thu port. However, lit
"talked" Willi Manltn and Nagasak
nfler being four nnd flvo days out. The
transport will carry mall and U. S
passengers for tho Coast this even
THU INTKIMSI.AND steamer,) Ml
kahaln nnd Ku An Hon mu duo to sal
this evening nt 5 o'clock for tho othc
Islands. They will carry freight niu
a v k w
Thn lirocnim fnr tlin innnnllchl
band concert to bo given nt Kmmu
Square tonight is:
Match, "Tho Victor" Pryoi
Overture, "Ten Girls nnd No Hus
Intermezzo, "Russian" .... Frnnke
Selection, "II Trovntoro" .... Verdi
Vocal, FIyo American Songs nnd
(a) "With You In Kteriilty". . . .
"Tho Old Chciry Orchard"..
"Down Our Way" Ilenr
"When Somo Ono Cares". Calilll
(o) "Sho Wus n Orund Old Lady"
Selection, "Tho Tattooed Man"...
Waltz, "Morning Papers". . .Strausi
Quadrille, "Don Jour" Zlkoll
"Tim Star-Spangled Hnnncr"
MULE IS KILLED AND
THE LUNA FIRED
There was troublu Friday, uftcrnoor
tn Alcwn quarry, when, us tho resul
of nn extra heavy blast of black pov.
dpr, 11- Government -mule, valued n
$200, was killed. Tho heavy chargi
was used through tho orders of Lunt
Ptileliu, though tho man wlin was do
Ing tho work piotccted that It wa
dangerous. A heavy lock fiom tin
blast was thrown u distance of 20
feet nnd, crashing through the uldu 111
u thed, struck tho mule In tho hip
so tnjiiilug him Hint ho had to b
killed nt once
The matter wan Investigated Satin
day morning by Itoad Supervisor San
Johnson, who rained a boiond oxplo
Blon by dismissing the liinu who war
rosponslblo for tho trouble. It hup
pens that Piilehii Is a strong support
er of inarlio Aclil nnd a ciy has bcoi
raised that bis dismlssnl was sold)
for political cuect. An attempt wll
probably bo made tn make political
capital out ot thu Incident.
m mt m
BOX OFFICE OPEN THURSDAY.
After playing In all of tho big cltiet
of China, Japin, tho Philippines mm
Australia with great nnd unprcccdent
ed success. Pollard's Llllputlnn Opein
Company will appear in Honolulu for
an engagement of twelve nights start
ing Saturday Maicli J Hit, opening
with Augustln Daly's famous inimical
'comedy, "A Uimiiwiiy Girl."
Tho box plan opens nt the Orpheum
not Thursday morning nnd popular
prices will prevail.
In his sormon yesterday forenoon
ot Kawaliihao Chinch, John G. AVool
iey, the temperance, man, selected ns
bis Bubject tho story of tho "llllnd
Man," whoso eyes wcro opened nnd
bight given for the first tlmo since
bis birth. Ho stutcd that many peo-
plo havo oyes but fall to sco things
they ought to. In this connection
bo said thoro nro people who know
that llquor-drlnklng Is n sin nnd yet
(hoy go to liquor saloonsjiuid spend
their time, their money nnd their
energy, Instead of going back to their
homes nnd bo with their wives und
(hlldrcn. They continually do this
and tho consequence would bo tho
iuln of their homes und disgrace to
their raco. In his own city, Chicago,
thcro wcro proportionately- as many
faloons ns thcro were hero In Hono
lulu, Somo of tho peoplo thcro woro
iib anxious to frequent tho saloons
lis wero somo of tho peoplo here.
Fine Job Printing st the Bulletin.
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
HIE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 SV:KINQ-6T. - PHONE 525.
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l'lrst quarter of the moon Mar. 9.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that ot the meridian of 1S7
icgrccs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whtstlu
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is tho snmo
ns Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon nro for local tlmo for tho
A H K A 34 K X H St 'ii X X )C V. X
K it 5 K M A Hi X S 3d M V M X s! a
Sundny, March 8.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Rolf, fioln .Maul nnd
Molokalj J: 10 a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Knual, 3:CG a. 111.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, from Kuknl
hnele, C:30 n. 111.
Stmr. Mlhnii, Oncss, from, Mnkn
well, 5: 10 n. 111.
U S, A. T. Sherman, llrugulerre,
rroni Manila iind Nng'isakl, 2 p. 111.
lfH it X M X X M X 34 3 X it it ii
n. 35 x x 38 35 ;t i 3. a ii a x a x jc
Sunday, Mnrcli 8.
Am. schr. C A. Thayer, Olson, for
drays Harbor, 11 a. 111. '
K X 31 A X M A A X iiXX X 38 X
K DUE TODAY 3(
K X X X X X A A X X if K X X K tt
T, K. K. S. S. America Mnru, Kil
mer, from Sun Francisco, p. m.
n i: ,; i; jc x X A X X X a X K V '(
H A X X K X K. it 3:' A X X X K
IT S. A. T. Sherman, llrugulerre, for
jan Francisco, 5 p. in,
Stmr. Ko All Hon, Tullctt, for
-J n m x x it a x St x a x a & x x
K SAILING TOMORROW !
x 3C 3C 3C X X X X A K XXX XX X X
Stmr. Klnau, Clark, for Hllo und
way ports, noon.
Stmr. Iwatnnl, Soir, for Maul und
Moloknl ports, C p. in.
Stmr. W. (1. llnll, Thompson, for
Kaunl ports, B p. in.
V TO SAIL WEDNESDAY K
KXXXXX ZXXXXit AXXXii
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for S.m
Krnncjsco, 10. ajn . -..
HXVilC X X X XXX XX XXX X
K PASSENGERS ARRIVED
X K K X X X X X X is. X 3D X l 3C V ii
Per ctmr. W O. Hall, March 8, fiom
rCuual ports. J. K. Farley, C. Daniels,
Mrs. J. M. Lsdgatu nnd ehlldieii, A.
1'. Kuiidsin. Miss Kuudbcn and maid,
Mrs. C. W Spitz, ileo Fill, Hec Kwnk,
J. II. Hagens. O. A. Drown, I J. C.
Smith, Ii. Kopko, I). I.. Vun Dine, E.
F. Phillips, II W. M. Mitt. E. W. Silt
1011, Mis. Ilortclmaim. Mis. C. 11. link
r. W. Mutsushldn, P. Comrades; "i
Per stmr. Iwnlanl, March 8, from
Maul nnd Moloknl pints. Mrs. Ilu
cliannn und child, Mrs, C. M. Camp
bell. Sarah Smith, Mnmy Lukelu, 11
ft K X X X X X X 3f J4 5 X X X X X X
Per S. S. Alameda, fur San l-'ran-cibco,
Miiich 11. Mrs, W. S. Fuller,
Mrs. McGregor, Miss M. Crulou, . E.
Barclay and wife, Mr and Mis .1. J.
Mud. Mrs K. M. Wiitsdn nnd Infant,
Dr. E. F. Phillips, D. 11. Palmer, Mr.
and Mrs, Coolqy, Jr P.i lortoni O. II.
Button, J. Mullor. v'"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record MarcK-C, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p.,m.
John Walker by legr ...... . VNotlco
Angellne K Hognn by mtgeo to
William Savldgo tr . ..FclsAffdt
Angellne K Hogan by mtgee to
Mary N Lucas D
Angelina K Hognn by mtgeo to
David A Dowsctt , . . . D
Mnnuel 11 dn Sllvelra and wf to
Alexander I) Larnncli . PA
S It Porry Pcnico to Trs of Hllo
llongwnnjl SI11 Sect of lludd-
hisni -. . .D
Entered for Record March 7, 1008,
From 0 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
II A Heon to Ah KnI L
Entered for Record March 7, 1908,
from 10.33 a. m, to 12 noon.
Knnlkaultt (w) to Ilium Kannhoku-
ahlwl . n
Kauklnl ot al by gdn to F S Lyman. .1)
I 13 liny to C F Ilradsliaw CM
Joao Vlelin to Mai In Vlelra D
Joso II Cadlnha tn M, Drancn M
Maria A. du Costa and hsb to P C '
Agues II I) Jmld to Harriet M Da
mon lix I)
Kncleku Sugar Co Ltd tn It J Mc-
Gettlgan and wf .,. .'. Hoi
If sufficient orders are received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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